Bushel says more options now available for ag growers with FarmLogs platform

Growers now have the option to connect their FieldView account to automatically create activities in FarmLogs.

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FARGO, N.D. • Bushel, a software company focused on building digital infrastructure for the grain industry, says its FarmLogs platform now offers a Climate FieldView integration to reduce manual data entry for farm operations.

In a news release the company said growers now have the option to connect their FieldView account to automatically create activities in FarmLogs. This new capability allows the seamless transfer of field work captured by the Climate FieldViewTM Drive, and other methods supported by FieldView.

The connection can reduce the amount of time spent entering data, keep accurate records across systems, automatically calculate cost of production, and more easily determine a farm’s profit and loss down to the acre.

“We pursue platform agreements that provide value to our farmer customers and make it easier for them to connect to the tools they choose to use,” Brandon Rinkenberger, chief customer officer for Climate LLC and Digital Farming at Bayer, said in the prepared statement.

“We also listen to customer feedback, and this platform connection provides a new solution for FieldView users who want easier access to profit and loss insights across their fields.”


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For FarmLogs business plan subscribers, machine data integrations are available at no additional cost. This integration allows data to be transferred from FieldView to FarmLogs.

Once connected, subscribers who have input purchases logged will see Profit & Loss populate automatically based on the field work completed and inputs used in their FieldView account. The Profit & Loss feature provides detailed visibility into farm financials on an acre, field, crop, and farm level.

"We’re excited to give our growers the streamlined data flow from FieldView,” said Jesse Vollmar, vice president of Farm Strategy at Bushel.

“This integration allows growers to automatically get financial insights from the field work they do and eliminates a lot of the manual data entry previously required. Through these types of integrations, we are helping drive decision making for next year's planning and beyond.”

Related Topics: AGRICULTURE
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